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Phnom Penh, Cambodia News: A Phnom Penh man, whose house in Sangkat Chrouk Chamreap 2, Russey Keo district,was burgled over the Pchum Ben holiday while he was away, has told the media that he is despairing because police still have no suspects in the case.
Thieves broke in through the window of his house in a Russey Keo borey in Phnom Penh, busted open his safe, and got away with jewellery and money worth more than US$30,000. The victim is upset the the Russey Keo Inspectorate have still no progress to report.
The victim is all the more upset because he and the other residents all pay $10 a month for security, including a guard on duty 24 hours a day. When he contacted the company about the break-in at his home, they said " Please be very sorry and we wish all the residents of the residence to be careful."
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But he is equally as important to the plan as his even skinnier younger brother who slipped through those bars...
Embrace the suck..
It's an inside job for sure - no one would raid a flat on the off-chance there was a safe full of money and gold in there.
They came kitted out.
I suggest he looks at his family and friends circle and uses 'enhanced interrogation' techniques
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